Sense of belonging – case studies

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Find out more about the Curriculum Framework theme Sense of belonging

Case study reflecting on a first year unit focused on developing employability skills for Accounting and Finance students ...
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An interview with Emily describing the use of a face to face and then online CafeBio for students to meet each other and interact. ...
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Alison shares her experience of helping set up a journal club with her students during lockdown, which led to her being nominated for a Bristol Teaching Award. ...
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This case study explores the journey that staff and students have undertaken at the University of Bristol Medical School (BRMS) towards creating a decolonised and diverse medical curriculum, culminating in the formal recognition of a partnership between medical school staff and the BAME Medical Student ...
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Professor Tansy Jessop (Pro Vice-Chancellor Education) speaks to Professor Paul Wyatt about a range of blended learning techniques used to keep students engaged. ...
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Video interview discussing inclusivity within Steve's practice in the Department of Aerospace Engineering. ...
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Rafael discusses how to start designing for inclusive practice. ...
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Video interview discussing inclusivity within Fabienne's practice ...
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Video interview with Kelly and Gemma discussing personal tutoring and how to do this online. ...
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Video case study outlining how remote flexible learning has been delivered on the MSc Public Health programme during the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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In this video case study Tom Hill outlines some of the benefits of teaching students online including the ability to engage students using interactive polling. ...
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Explanation of the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) initiative to supplement taught sessions with student led active learning sessions. ...
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Outline of the use of 'Maths Cafes' as an informal opportunity for students to seek peer support on academic work, to supplement delivered sessions. ...
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Blog post introducing ideas to ensure assessment is inclusive. ...
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Professor Debby Cotton and Dr Rebecca Turner at their Education Excellence Seminar
Summary (and attached peer-reviewed paper) regarding the use of an immersive and extended induction module, delivered exclusively across the first 4 weeks of study, to enhance social integration, and aid the transition process of starting university. ...
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A PowerPoint showing the re-design of materials and session to include weekly tests and problem based active group work. ...
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